Large sums of money are being spent in the United States in the control of white pine blister rust. The author describes various biological agencies which attack the blister rust organism. How important these are or may be in the control of the disease has not yet been determined.
Document Type: Journal Article
School of Forestry, University of Idaho
Publication date: June 1, 1935
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